Susanne's Hobbies & Interests

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My favorites at leisure:

My all time favourite is spending an afternoon at the beach on white sand under palm trees and the warm turquoise ocean gently hugging the shore... lovely

Art & Archaeology · Visiting historic sights, museums and sightseeing is fun for me. Archaeological sights and museums are wonderful places for inspiration and learning. The Pyramids and climbing Mt. Sinai in Egypt , walking through centuries in St. Clemente in Rome , or meandering through the ruins of Polonnaruwa in Sri Lanka were special moments that turned into lasting memories.

Books are my passion · the good ones open new worlds for me. My life would be empty without books, food for thought, and inspiration or relaxing. I love entertaining books presenting adventure, travel, foreign countries and historic settings. How could I live without?

SF & Fantasy · DS9, Star Trek, Star Wars, Darkover, Pern ... I am a fan

Astrology · Not surprising for a Scorpio, I do fancy Astrology - and I do horoscopes for friends :)

Jin Shin Jyutsu® · Jin Shin Jyutsu physio-philosophy is an ancient art of harmonizing the life energy in the body. Jin Shin Jyutsu came into my life in summer 2008 and I do practice ever since. Since 2014 I am permitted to ⇗teach Self-Help classes in Jin Shin Jyutsu. Please refer to my page on Mudra-classes in German language for further information.

Music · From opera to ska, my tastes vary according to the occasion and the mood. By the way, my favourite opera is "The Flying Dutchman" by Richard Wagner. It depends on my mood; however, at home I do prefer Pop & Rock from the 80's.

susanne performing bellydance with veil in December 2015Bellydance · is a wonderful way of having a good time, keeping fit and ⇗performing in public is quite an experience.

picture showing a goose guarding Ballantines whiskey barrelsFavourite species · Geese have been protecting Ballantine's bonded warehouses near Glasgow, Scotland, since 1959. They guard 240 million litres of maturing whiskey, keep the grounds weed-free and the grass clipped. Brave and graceful alive, they are truly underestimated multi-purpose animals for a farm. (© picture: Ballantine, Scotland)